How You Make Me Feel
Novelist and Motivational Blogger Suzie Carr shares something she recently experienced that’ll make you think the next time you interact with others.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” This quote is from the one and only Maya Angelou
It’s often the little things we do that have the greatest impact, whether good or bad. Case in point. I recently attended a writing workshop. I sat in the front row and the presenter blew me away with her insights. She offered some really great tips that impressed me. At the end of the two-hour presentation, I jumped up from my seat and headed over to her. I wanted to thank her for shedding light on things I’ve questioned as a writer. I wanted to shake her hand and show her my gratitude, and then I wanted to ask her about her services to see if one day down the road I might be able to hire her as a coach. Well, in less than one second, she managed to destroy her credibility as a decent human being, let alone someone I’d ever consider hiring as a mentor. In one small, but mighty and fierce action, she turned into someone I’d never want to deal with again.
Join me in this podcast to find out what happened.
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